Telly Award Judges Acknowledge Epson’s New Print Academy YOUTUBE Channel
Epson America announced it has been awarded seven 2019 Telly Awards for several of its videos on professional printing and projection, including an award for its Epson Print Academy YouTube channel in the “Online: Webseries: Non-Scripted” category. Introduced last year, this new YouTube channel features educational and inspirational content designed for professional photographers and advanced amateurs using Epson Professional Imaging products. The Telly Awards honors excellence in video and television across all screens and is judged by leaders from video platforms, television, streaming networks, production companies and including Vice, Vimeo, Hearst Digital Media, BuzzFeed, and A&E Networks.
“All of our winning videos have two central elements Epson’s leadership in creative professional markets and the trust creative professionals have in how they are featured in Epson branded content,” said Dan (Dano) Steinhardt, marketing manager, Epson America. “We produce the highest quality videos in keeping with our industry leadership, and it’s an honor to receive seven Telly Awards that acknowledges our commitment to creative markets and our reputation in the creative professional community.”
Throughout 2018-2019, the Telly Awards celebrated four decades of honoring the video and television industry, whether through its inaugural international screening series or its online video interviews with industry experts. This year also saw the continued expansion of new categories further to the awards’ recent initiative to rebuild the honors for the multi-screen era, including serialized Branded Content and expanded Social Video categories. Winners of the 40th Annual Telly Awards were selected from over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents.
“Epson is pushing the boundaries for video and television innovation and creativity at a time when the industry is rapidly changing,” said Sabrina Dridje, managing director of the Telly Awards. “These awards are a tribute to the talent and vision of its creators and a celebration of the diversity of work being made today for all screens.”
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Epson’s winning videos include:
- Epson Print Academy YouTube Channel – Online: Webseries: Non-Scripted category
- Channel dedicated to explanations of workflows, from monitor calibration, color management, paper selection, and output to professional inkjet printers; additional videos celebrate photography and the craft of printing with visits to photographic festivals, workshops and renowned photographers
- Two Generations – Non-Broadcast: Directing category and Non-Broadcast: Videography/Cinematography category
- Renowned photographers Paul Caponigro and his son John Paul Caponigro discuss their different analog and digital approaches to photography and printing from their studios in Cushing, Maine
- John Sexton Print Your Legacy – Online: Videography/Cinematography category
- Black and white landscape photographer sat down with Epson to discuss his time working for Ansel Adams, philosophical approach to photography and the importance of the print
- Hoodzpah Design Print Your Legacy – Online: Videography/Cinematography category
- The duo behind the nimble branding agency turned a passion for art into a design business and discuss how Epson’s professional products help them create their bold, unapologetic design
- Legacy Textured – Online: Videography/Cinematography category
- Manhattan-based commercial photographer Monica Stevenson discusses her use of Epson Legacy Textured paper for her fine art exhibition of equine subjects at the South East Center for Photography in Greenville, S.C.
- Colorist Marc Vanocur Pro Cinema Projector Testimonial – Online: Videography/Cinematography category
- Cinema colorist Marc Vanocur talks about how the Epson Pro Cinema 4050 4K PRO-UHD projector uses Epson’s proprietary, advanced pixel-shifting resolution-enhancement technology1 to display native 4Kcontent to show movies the way they were meant to be seen